The Dumb Bunnies' Easter by Dav Pilkey
  

Synopsis

The Dumb Bunnies' Easter by Dav Pilkey

Mummy Bunny is really dumb. Daddy Bunny is even dumber. And Baby Bunny is the dumbest bunny of all. Join the stupidest family around for a barmy adventure that will have you in stitches, from Dav Pilkey, creator of Captain Underpants .

About the Author

Dav Pilkey was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1966. He currently lives in Eugene, Oregon with his dogs, Little Dog, Leia, and Martha Jane, and his cats, Blueberry and Edward Velvetpaws.

Dav (originally Dave) hit upon the current spelling of his name when a label maker used to create name tags refused to print the letter “e.” Though the spelling has changed, the pronunciation is the same.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Dav Pilkey
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Publisher

Publication date

5th October 2009

ISBN

9781407112022


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